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Brice Wallace

Salt Lake City hosting the twice-a-year Outdoor Retailer tradeshows — with their combined $47 million annual economic impact — could be in jeopardy.

Outdoor Retailer, in cooperation with the Outdoor Industry Association and Grassroots Outdoor Alliance, said last week they will seek proposals from other cities to host the shows after Salt Lake City’s current contract expires after the summer show in 2018.

In a news release, the organizations added that the current contract will remain in place and that Salt Lake City will be in the running to be the host city thereafter.

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